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# ireland - Today’s News

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# ireland - Yesterday’s News

From TheJournal.ie Ryanair’s just launched a new route to Amsterdam (and extra flights to Spain and Germany) Taking Flight

Ryanair’s just launched a new route to Amsterdam (and extra flights to Spain and Germany)

There are also extra flights to the UK, Italy and Belgium.

# ireland - Wednesday 2 September, 2015

Open Thread: Who would you pick in Ireland’s starting XV to face England?

Do we hold some big guns in reserve against England or go out and meet fire with fire?

Meerkats, mistresses and Robbie Henshaw’s carb mountain: This RWC angelus parody is perfect BONG This post contains videos

Meerkats, mistresses and Robbie Henshaw’s carb mountain: This RWC angelus parody is perfect

Also featuring what can only be a further sneak peak at George Hook’s erotic novel.

After impressing in the Premier League, O’Kane has his sights on Ireland debut

The Bournemouth midfielder is settling in with Martin O’Neill’s squad this week.

‘I don’t think I’ve ever refreshed my email so much!’ – Ireland’s Simon Zebo

The Munster flyer says he is playing without fear and relishing every moment in green.

From TheJournal.ie Complaint that Ireland AM showed condom being put onto model of erect penis Wrap It Up

Complaint that Ireland AM showed condom being put onto model of erect penis

The complainant said it was “completely inappropriate”.

# ireland - Tuesday 1 September, 2015

England have named a frighteningly good team to play Ireland on Saturday

England not holding back with their team to face Ireland.

Ranked: Gordon D’Arcy’s 7 tries for Ireland Rare And Wonderful This post contains videos

Ranked: Gordon D’Arcy’s 7 tries for Ireland

The centre has been left out of Ireland’s World Cup squad with his retirement looming.

# ireland - Monday 31 August, 2015

From TheJournal.ie Martin King gives a ‘homeless broadcast’ for Ireland Changes

Martin King gives a ‘homeless broadcast’ for Ireland

The broadcaster was appearing in a video for the Simon Community to accompany their pre-budget submission.

# ireland - Sunday 30 August, 2015

Irish player allegedly ‘kicked in the head’ after mass rugby league brawl

“Serbian water carrier tackles Irish player and then all hell breaks loose”.

15 of our favourite sporting pictures of the week Say Cheese This post contains images

15 of our favourite sporting pictures of the week

Some classic shots from the week in sport

From TheJournal.ie How has your Irish summer been? 90 Days Of Summer

How has your Irish summer been?

Tomorrow is the final day of a wet and windy summer that has never quite lived up to its name.

Analysis: Joubert’s refereeing of Welsh scrum doesn’t bode well for Romania clash

Craig Joubert made some questionable calls at scrum time.

# ireland - Saturday 29 August, 2015

Tadhg Furlong ‘a very proud representative of New Ross’ after Ireland debut

Furlong’s first cap was also a first for his club.

Ireland’s World Cup pool rivals Italy hit for 6 by Scotland

Only a defensive howler allowed the Azzurri on the scoreboard.

As it happened: Ireland v Wales, summer international

We’re going minute-by-minute as Joe Schmidt dims the lights at the last chance saloon.

‘It’s something the players will be very alien to’ – Last chance for Welsh outsiders

Neil Jenkins says that there are “numerous” places up for grabs in the Welsh squad.

How the First World War changed soccer in Ireland

The sport was not always wholly embraced by the masses.

‘It’s going to be pretty emotional’ – Wales out to spoil O’Connell’s farewell

Neil Jenkins says he’ll be glad to see the back of O’Connell wearing green.

‘You regret a mistake in training almost much as in a match’: Ireland’s short-term focus for continued progress

Continued progress means continued success for Paul O’Connell as he waves farewell to Ireland.

# ireland - Friday 28 August, 2015

More rain pain for Ireland but positives to take after running world champions close

The result may not have gone their way but Ireland once again showed why they belong at the top level.

O’Connell’s greatest days were the ones his son shared the taste of victory

The fresh memories are the sweetest for Ireland’s captain fantastic.

From The Daily Edge 12 ‘Irish’ images that have taken the internet by storm Oh Ireland
From TheJournal.ie Poll: Is Ireland doing enough for the migrant crisis? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is Ireland doing enough for the migrant crisis?

Reports have emerged this morning that as many as 200 people have died in the Mediterranean

‘It’s about staying in the moment’ – Ireland’s Sexton on place-kicking success

This extract from the new book ‘Rugby Revealed’ sees the Leinster out-half offer his advice.

# ireland - Thursday 27 August, 2015

Ireland miss out on landmark win after falling just short against Australia

A 23-run defeat in Stormont for John Bracewell’s side.

In pics: Paul O’Connell goes through his paces before last home appearance for Ireland

Plus, there are the very welcome sights of Cian Healy and Marty Moore in full training.

Wales bringing the big guns to Dublin as George North returns to rugby

North is one of 12 changes to the side the Ireland beat three weeks ago.

From The Daily Edge Yes, massive spiders are invading Irish homes and here’s why Creeping

Yes, massive spiders are invading Irish homes and here’s why

But it’s not all bad news.

Ireland set for ‘Everest scale’ challenge as world champions Australia arrive in town

John Bracewell’s side will hope to topple Australia when the sides meet in Belfast on Thursday.

# ireland - Wednesday 26 August, 2015

2 Irish cyclists are in the Vuelta’s top 4 as it stands

Meanwhile, Caleb Ewan celebrated the biggest win of his career.

# ireland - Tuesday 25 August, 2015

Ireland’s men make history by booking place in Eurohockey Championship semis

The Green Machine will play England or the Netherlands after today’s draw against Belgium.

‘We still don’t have a concrete 31′: Ireland coaches sharpen axes for final RWC cut

Joe Schmidt has a lot of difficult conversations ahead of him this weekend.

Paddy Jackson reveals all about his not-creepy-at-all night time antics

Okay, maybe that would be a bit creepy.

Andrew Trimble passed fit to play, but every hour counts for Cian Healy

The prop showed some promising signs in today’s training session, according to Les Kiss.

# ireland - Monday 24 August, 2015

From TheJournal.ie Do you know which age group is most likely to become obese? Health

Do you know which age group is most likely to become obese?

A new study by the Irish Society of Chartered Phsiotherapists found that most people are unaware that children aged 0 to 5 years are most at risk .

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